Tropicália, also known as Tropicalismo, is a Brazilian artistic movement that arose in the late 1960s. It encompassed art forms such as theatre, poetry, and music. The movement was characterized by a combination of the popular and the avant-garde, as well as a fusion of traditional Brazilian culture with foreign influences. Today, Tropicália is chiefly associated with the musical faction of the movement, which merged Brazilian and African rhythms with rock and roll. Musicians who were part of... Topic: Latin.
Apollonius of Tyre is the subject of an ancient short novella, popular during medieval times. Existing in numerous forms in many languages, the text is thought to be translated from an ancient Greek manuscript, now lost. Topic: Latin
5 Latin American artists who performed music for the people, about the oppression of the people by the government or the regime. All were folklorists of their country Both Cabral and Cafrune were murdered, Parra committed suicide, and Sosa and Yupanqui both continued their paths, either in exile or at home. "Every morning is good news, every child that is born is good news, every just man is good news, every singer is good news, because every singer is one less soldier." - Cabral. 1... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Latin.
Peruvian Singer Susana Baca - an Afro-Peruvian singer of wonderful delivery, backed by sumptuous musicianship which includes instruments like the cajon (upturned fruit crate), edu (clay pot), quijada (animal jawbone) and check (gourd) - tools of the poor and slaves from former times incorporated into todays Peruvian styles. 1 - Belen Cochambre. 2 - Caras Lindas. 3 - Se Me Van Los Pies. 4 - Que Bonito Tu Vestido. 5 - Negra Presuntuosa. 6 - Afro-Blue Zum Zum. 7 - El Mayoral. 8 - Maria Lando. 9... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Latin.